Faith and Work News ~ Links to Interesting Articles
- Patrick Lencioni Interview. On this edition of the H3 Leadership Podcast, Brad Lomenick interviews Patrick Lencioni, author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Advantage, and several other excellent books.
- Called to Lead. My book Called to Lead: Living and Leading for Jesus in the Workplace is now available in both a paperback and Kindle edition. Read a free sample (Introduction through Chapter 2).
- How Do the Seven Army Values Align With Christian Values? Russ Gehrlein writes “The military culture is different from other workplaces. However, there are many similarities as well. Let me describe the importance of organizational values, paint a picture of the ones that are ingrained in those who work for the U.S. Army, and show how they support biblical values.”
- Why We Get Up in the Morning Shouldn’t Differ from Sunday to Monday. Charlie Peacock reviews Steve Garber’s book The Seamless Life: A Tapestry of Love and Learning, Worship and Work, one of my favorites of 2020. He writes “If following Christ as a coworker in the new, unfolding reality is our true vocation, then everything and everyone matter. Living a seamless life tells your family, neighbors, and coworkers what you value. For Garber, it answers the question—incrementally, over time—of “why we get up in the morning.”
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- More links to interesting articles
- The Top 10 Faith and Work Quotes of the Week
- My Review of The Heart of a Leader: Insights on the Art of Influence by Ken Blanchard
- Snippets from Os Guinness’ book “The Call: Finding and Fulfilling God’s Purpose For Your Life”